Intl Relations Theory
Intl Relations Theory GOVT 322
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GOVT 322 Eric Shiraev International relations and nationalism Sovereign USA Palestine Poland Quebec Eritrea etc Violent Nazi Germany external nationalist movements internal Isolationist Communist Albania N Korea Cuba Japan etc Cultural Exemplified in attempts to protect own cultural heritage EcOnomic P39rotectionist policies of Japan France GB USA China etc IR 322 Oinoligtg Social and Political consequences Issue Social and political consequences The cost factor Relatively low investments insigni cant social changes little challegge to local powers The delivery factor r Transportation of oil requires mediation and protection from other nations The business factor Oil prices can be manipulated with limitations and used for financial and political erpOSSS The control factor Authoritarian control is essential in absence or lack of free market The international factor Oilproducing countries and distributors are interested in international stabilLty The collapse of the Ottoman Empire the politicaleconomic reasons Defeat in World War I British and French expansionism As one of the39defeated powers the Ottoman Empire was forced to give up its remaining nonTurkish lands The Lausanne conference 1922 Overstretching diminishing military power Military expenditures consumed 40 of the budget Budgetary deficits War against Italy and loss of Libya oversized government Traditional Industrial and technological economic backwardness lack cf innovative policies fiscal policies The growth of nationalism as a political force Led by the Committee of Union and Progress kndwn as Young Turks several political groups opposed the rule of the Sultan in hopes to build a new and just society Two trends collided Ottoman nationalism and Turkish nationalism The birth of Arab h nationalism Pursuing the goal of liberation and selfdetermination nationalism appeared as panArabism or movements for local sovereignty l Updates for test 1 i i GOVT 322 Test 1 is on Tuesday February 15 Multiple choice questions 3039 shortanswer questions 10 Materials to study lnthe book Parts 1 2 and 3 ad an article Answer these questions What is the article s main point Which facts does its author use to prove the point Is this article applicable to today s international relations Posted articles three of them deal With Realism one refers to Liberalism Answer these questions What are the article s key points Which facts does its author use to prove these points ecture s ides are pos e For the exam bring a scantron a sample is posted here ISamples of 4quot J from 39 exams 20062010 Identify three principles of tension and war quarrel among peopleaccording to Hobbes a injustice abuse and poverty b competition cooperation and con lot 0 broken trust broken laws and broken hopes d injustice insult and temptation e competition dif dence and glory What is the main assumption of F Fukuyama about the nal form of human governmentquot In his view it will be nd the right answer a government of educated engineers b no government at all c liberal democracy d government governed by religious institutions e computerized democracy of geeks and nerdsquot Which one ofthese is not among the Big Threequot Factors that in uence international relations a selfinterest b national security 0 ideologypsychology d economic development L French President is concerned about one potential problem his support of an international business deal ma cause aserious l resistance 39 39 quotquot39 quot quot39 the utiaxial approach to international poll cs on which Axis do we analyze this type of concerns of decisionmakers Axis 1 Axis II Axis III Axis IV AxisV E
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